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14th Annual WILD Conference: Forging Ahead, Strength through Solidarity


WILD women are leading the way forward. This much was made clear during the rousing 14th Annual Women in Leadership Development (WILD) Conference held at the East Brunswick Hilton from March 3-4, 2017.

CLICK HERE for pictures.

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House Passes Resolution to Repeal OSHA Worker Safety Rule

Last week, the U.S. House of Representatives passed H. J. Res 83, which seeks to repeal an Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) rule that clarifies an employer’s responsibility to maintain accurate records of serious work-related injuries and illnesses. This resolution will make it impossible for OSHA to ensure that injury and illness records are complete and accurate and undermine workplace health and safety.

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New Jersey State AFL-CIO Honors Women’s History Month


The New Jersey State AFL-CIO is proud to commemorate Women’s History Month by honoring the past and fighting for our future. Looking back on the historic struggles and triumphs of women is a valuable reminder that we have overcome adversity before and will continue to overcome our present day challenges, whatever they may be.

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Congratulations to RWDSU 108 on Four Contract Victories


Despite the challenging political environment, workers are still capable of exercising their collective voice when they stand together in solidarity. RWDSU Local 108 remains a leader in elevating the voices of working families as demonstrated by four recent contract victories.

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Health Care under Siege: Contact Congress to Make your Voice Heard

Working people across the country are urging their members of Congress not to take away health care from 30 million people. The far-right wants to repeal the Affordable Care Act without providing anything close to a decent replacement, which would spell disaster.

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IBEW 94 Organizing Victory at Linden Cogen

The New Jersey State AFL-CIO applauds IBEW Local 94 on its recent organizing victory at Linden Cogen, and we are proud to welcome 39 new members to our union family. As Local 94 reports, this campaign took a lot of organizing from both within the union and within the workplace. We are proud to recognize the hard work of all parties involved in securing this victory.

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916th Labor Candidate Victory: James Manning Jr. elected to Neptune Fire Commission

Congratulations to CWA 1038 Brother James Manning Jr. on being elected to Neptune Township's District 1 Fire Commission this past weekend. His election marks our 916th Labor Candidate victory!

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Take Action: Don’t Gamble on Safety AC


Nothing is more important to Atlantic City’s recovery than the safety of visitors, residents, and businesses. With the threat of severe cuts to police and fire staffing levels, the New Jersey State AFL-CIO in partnership with PBA Local 24, IAFF, Teamsters Local 331, AFSCME District Council 71 and ACWCPA have launched a website and Facebook page to educate the public about the impact of the state takeover on public safety.

To lend your voice to the effort, CLICK HERE to send a message asking your legislators to support A-4556.

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Urge Your State Senator to Override Christie’s Veto of Equal Pay Bill

The State Senate is expected to vote today on whether or not to override the Governor’s veto of pay equity legislation. Time and time again, Christie has stood in the way of closing the pay gap for women in New Jersey, and we need to state loud and clear that enough is enough.

CLICK HERE to contact your state Senator and urge him or her to override the governor’s veto of the Pay Equity Act (S-992).

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Urge U.S. Senate to Oppose Betsy DeVos

The confirmation of Trump’s Education Secretary Nominee, Betsy DeVos, hangs in the balance. By expressing your support right now, we will continue to keep the pressure on to oppose this anti-public education nominee.

CLICK HERE to send an e-mail to your U.S. Senators, expressing your opposition to DeVos as Education Secretary.

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